The warning comes as a campaign is launched aimed at ensuring children and teenagers know what to do if they are caught up in an attack.Read the full story ›
The security forces made 379 arrests for terror-related offences in the year ending June 2017, the highest number on record.Read the full story ›
Max Hill said that sentences for some terror offences should be reviewed, as the country's terrorism legislation comes under scrutiny.Read the full story ›
The number of people being flagged as potential extremists by members of the public has doubled since a string of terror attacks in Britain.Read the full story ›
Under the Unduly Lenient Sentence scheme, anyone can ask the Attorney General to examine sentences they believe to be unduly lenient.Read the full story ›
A review of how police and security services dealt with the latest terror attacks in the UK is to be launched, Amber Rudd has announced.Read the full story ›
Internet firms including Facebook, Twitter and Google have reiterated their commitment to removing terrorist content.Read the full story ›
Islamic State poses as great a threat to Britain as the IRA during its bombing campaign in the 1970s, a watchdog has said.Read the full story ›
It is hoped the wall will help protect the iconic landmark from terrorist attacks.Read the full story ›
The Tunisian man suspected of carrying out the Berlin Christmas market truck attack moved around like a "lone wolf" while travelling through Italy, the country's interior minister said.
Marco Minniti's comments backed Italian investigators' findings which have indicated that 24-year-old Anis Amri lacked significant contacts in Italy, as he fled Germany after the December 19 attack which left 12 dead.
Mr Minniti said, "from when he arrived in Italy, Amri moved like a lone wolf" while he was fleeing from authorities.
Amri died in a shoot-out with Italian police in Milan on December 23.